The Baby Shark, which has entered our homes and ears, has reached a great milestone.
Finally, a YouTube video featuring children’s tunes Collected 10 billion views, was the first clip on this platform.
He has been seen 8.7 million times on Friday since he crossed the record.
“Baby Shark Dance was the first video in history to be viewed 10 billion times on YouTube,” the video’s creator, Pinkfong, wrote, urging fans to share their favorite dance moments.
“Ten billion views du du du du du du du du,” the popular track’s tweet continued.
The original video for the 10-year-old Hope Segoine, released in 2016, was an instant hit among children everywhere.
Three years later, it topped the Billboard Hot 100 Top 40, and in 2020, the video was found to be “the most viewed” on YouTube.
Last year, the songwriters co-produced “Baby Shark’s Big Show!” With Nickelodeon Animation Studio. They debuted an animated series called. Since its premiere, it has garnered more than 26 million viewers across Nickelodeon’s various channels.
Although originally created for children, the glamorous track has expanded its audience since the popular AppleTV + show appeared on Ted Lasso last year.
In the series, one of Lasson’s players sings to his fans to the tune of “Jamie Tartt, du du du du du du”.
Pinkfong said it has “achieved more viewing than the entire human population with its video.”
According to the company, “Baby Shark,” full of its own dance, is “one of the most popular cultural events in the world, attracting a large number of participants”.